Europe Patient Temperature Management System Market - 2023-2030
The Europe patient temperature management system market reached US$ 766.61 million in 2023 and is projected to witness lucrative growth by reaching up to US$ XX million by 2030. The market is growing at a CAGR of 4.2% during the forecast period (2023-2030).
A Patient Temperature Management System (PTMS) is a medical device that is used to manage a patient's body temperature during surgical procedures, in the intensive care unit, or in other clinical settings. PTMS typically consists of a temperature monitoring device, a warming or cooling device, and a feedback system that constantly adjusts the patient's temperature to maintain a stable, healthy temperature range. The system is used to prevent complications associated with hypothermia (low body temperature) or hyperthermia (high body temperature) in patients undergoing surgery or recovering from a critical illness.
Rising number of incidences of hypothermia patients
Patient Temperature Management Systems (PTMS) have become increasingly important in Europe in recent years. These systems are designed to help healthcare providers manage a patient's body temperature during surgical procedures or while they are recovering from certain medical conditions. As per the article published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health in 2021, In New Zealand and European nations, the annual incidence of accidental hypothermia varies from 0.13 to 6.9 incidents per 100,000 people. About 2 per 100,000 people per year in Scotland and 5 per 100,000 in Poland pass away from hypothermia. Resulting in increased demand for patient temperature management systems in the market.
Technological advancements in patient temperature management system
As per the article published in Engineering, Technology, and Applied Science Research in 2021, body temperature is one of the main indicators of normal or abnormal body functioning. Chronic patients require continuous monitoring of their body parameters, record keeping, and informing the doctors in case of any abnormalities. This is sometimes a manual process and requires proper record keeping, which is still a challenge as the doctors do not receive the data in real-time for an immediate response, and sometimes the records are lost by patients. Some of the research carried out in this area of patient condition monitoring involves the use of expensive systems, such as drones to capture data or GSM technology. However, little attention has been put on utilizing the low-cost ESP8266 wireless protocol, the MLX90614 contactless temperature sensor, and heart pulse sensors in patient remote monitoring or the use of free cloud services for proper record keeping and virtualization.
Disadvantages of patient temperature management system
Patient temperature management systems are used to regulate the body temperature of critically ill patients. These systems have several disadvantages, such as the use of temperature management systems requires the insertion of catheters or probes into the patient's body, which increases the risk of infection. Infection can lead to serious complications, such as sepsis. The use of temperature management systems can lead to complications such as bleeding, hypotension, and electrolyte imbalances. These complications can be life-threatening, particularly for critically ill patients. Temperature management systems can be expensive to purchase and maintain, which may limit their use in some healthcare settings.
The Europe patient temperature management system market is segmented based on product, application, distribution, and region.
Owing to their versatility and ease of use, the patient warming systems
Patient warming systems are medical devices used to prevent and treat hypothermia in patients, which is a medical condition in which the body temperature drops below the normal range. These systems are designed to maintain a patient's core body temperature during surgery or other medical procedures by providing external heat. Patient warming systems are used in a variety of medical settings, including surgery, postoperative recovery, and emergency medicine. They are particularly important for patients undergoing surgery, as the anesthesia used during surgery can lower the body's temperature and increase the risk of hypothermia. Patient warming systems can use different methods to deliver heat to the patient's body, including convective warming, which uses warm air to provide heat to the patient's body. A convective warming device blows warm air through a blanket or gown that covers the patient. Conductive warming uses a warming blanket or pad that is in direct contact with the patient's skin. The blanket or pad is heated using a heating element that is controlled by a thermostat.
The active major players and the increased prevalence of chronic disease
The growing demand in developing countries, especially in the United Kingdom, creates opportunities for manufacturers to expand their operations in the region. In the United Kingdom, the market is being driven by an increase in the incidence of chronic respiratory disease, technological advancements, a growing geriatric population, and active key players. Market participants are selling passive temperature management systems. For instance, Central Medical Supplies Ltd. offers TrueCool targeted temperature management devices that are used to deliberately reduce the core body temperature in patients who do not regain consciousness after the return of spontaneous circulation following a cardiac arrest, as well as in newborns with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy.
The major Europe players include Stryker Corporation, ASAHI KASEI CORP., Becton, Dickinson and Company, Medtronic plc, ICU Medical Inc., Inspiration Healthcare Group plc., 3M Company, The Surgical Company, Atom Medical Corporation, and Geratherm Medical AG.
COVID-19 Impact Analysis
• Patient Warming Systems
• Patient Cooling Systems
• Infants and Pediatric
• Intensive Care
• Operating Room
• Neonatal Intensive Care unit
• Emergency Room
• Intensive care units
• North America
Rest of Europe
• South America
Rest of South America
Rest of Asia-Pacific
• Middle East and Africa
• In April 2021, the innovative Danish MedTech company, °MEQU, launched the in-hospital solution, °M Station, for its blood and IV fluid warming device, °M Warmer System.
• In October 2022, BD (Becton, Dickinson, and Company) and The Ottawa Hospital (TOH) formally agreed that this would improve the quality of patient care.
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